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Reconstruction in NMR by the method of signal matrix pseudoinversion

M. V. Kononov, O. A. Nagulyak, A. V. Netreba, A. A. Sudakov


Tomogram reconstruction in NMR tomography is based on the calculation of the spatial distribution of spin density or relaxation characteristics of the signal. The Fourier reconstruction method is frequently used for solving inverse problems. The present paper proposes a new alternative method of reconstruction based on data pseudoinversion. The method operability and efficiency was tested by using a mathematical model.

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